Dov Fischer explains at The American Spectator that though he embraces “who we are every day with joy and exuberance, and we celebrate every other person in every other group as part of our same human family,” he also now feels “more than ever — very, very White… and very, very male.” He attributes the growing feelings of division to President Obama, writing (abridged):
Just as I happened to miss the entire NFL season again this year, I recently missed the Stacey Abrams Show that followed President Trump’s marvelous State of the Union (SOTU) speech two weeks ago. I was going to watch her cry about how she really had won the Georgia gubernatorial election in November because, after all, she had Obama and Oprah campaigning for her, so she could not possibly have lost.
Interesting, isn’t it, that the Democrat party, with free national television time on all the networks, selected the Ungovernor of Georgia. They have a prominent member of the Cherokee Nation who proudly boasts enough Indian blood to provide one-third of an ant’s nutritional needs for twenty minutes. Another Senator from the Land of Minnesota Nice who abuses her workers, insults and demeans them, throws things at them, consequently has the highest of staff turnovers, and even needed to be counseled privately by Gentleman Harry Reid.
Here is the thing: In our new racially divided intersectionalist society that Obama created, I now feel — more than ever — very, very White… and very, very male.
No, White males are not perfect; flaws are a defining aspect of the human experience. I have my issues with the cheapskates and penny-pinchers of NATO who will not pay their fair share of their defense but expect America to pay out in treasure and in blood. And as a Jew, I also am well aware of some past matters that occurred in Europe. But I look at my East European heritage with deep pride.
We are born as we are born. If psychologically healthy, we embrace who we are every day with joy and exuberance, and we celebrate every other person in every other group as part of our same human family. As the President beautifully says: we all bleed the same red, white, and blue.
Or we can sit around like a moping CNN panel discussion, seeing every event in racial terms, jealous of the next one. Intersectionalists and cynical Democrats who feed for personal gain off class jealousy promote that view. That is the way of division, the Politics of Intersectionality, the Curse of Obama that he wreaked on our society when we never had been racially healthier.
Read more here.
Former President and Co-Founder of the Cato Institute, Ed Crane, drew attention to Obama’s deficiencies years ago.
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